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ports, the rampling effect

Ports 1961 had one woman on their mind for this collection, and it turned out to be their best yet. Charlotte Rampling was the starting point for an Androgynous and sexy outing of strong separates and military inspired outwear.

Text Jack Borkett
Photography Mitchell Sams

  • josephine le tutour

    This was the essence of the collection. With a nod to Night Porter, with it’ s masculine shirting and bibs hanging from the waist - a new relaxed androgyny.


    Ports 1961 autumn/winter 14

  • anna ewers

    Military influenced tailoring with pleated kilts worn low on the hips. Anna felt like a reincarnation of the Helmut Newton muse.


    Ports autumn/winter 14

  • jourdan dunn

    Leather is always a strong part of any Port’s show. This was no exception. Butter soft, pleated perfection.


    Ports autumn/winter 14

  • tilda lindstram

    Cinched and belted at the waist, Tilda (Laugh a second) Lindstram owned the runway. Who said blue and black couldn’t look good.


    Ports 1961 autumn/winter 14

  • joan smalls

    Ending on a high, model of the moment Joan Smalls sashayed her way to close a show that was grown up, tough and sexy. The show definitely had the Rampling effect.


    Ports 1961 autumn/winter 14